This 33-years old man had biopsy proven pelvic fibromatosis . He presented with pain.

Cryoablation was planned. The procedure was successful and a post-operative MRI at one week showed around 80% ablation of the tumor.

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Region: Pelvis
Age: 33
Size of Lesion: 6.6 x 4.3 x 6.3 cm (AP x ML x IS)
Pre-Lesion Biopsy: No
Cryoprobe: 10G - 5 cm ablation
Sedation: Yes
Position & Approach: Prone and sedation
Special Steps: None
Time Taken (freeze-thaw-freeze): 15-10-10 (56 mins total)
Complication: None
Level of Difficulty: 4/5
Final Outcome: Significant reduction of pain

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